A new podcast series looking at synth design has been created by Roey from Synthux Academy. In each episode he'll be interviewing a synth designer to gain new perspectives and learn about their process - focusing on human centered design, interface design, ergonomics, fabrication and all sorts of synth-worthy topics.
In this first episode he speaks to Michelangelo Nasso of Clatters Machines discussing how to design a synth interface with nature in mind. Roey recently ran a fantastic synth design workshop looking at Teenage Engineering Pocket Operators.
With Jim Heywood
Oh and NAMM too
New desktop from Moog